“In collaboration with the Portuguese Red Cross, the operation will take place on 30 and 31 July at the José Alvalade and Municipal de Braga stadiums. The cost associated with this test, paid partly by the FPF, is 10 €”, says the organization in a statement released on 27 July.
The Super Cup match between Sporting and Sporting de Braga, scheduled for Saturday at 8:45 pm, in Aveiro, will have 33 percent of the stadium's capacity, the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) announced.
Thus, the stadium, with capacity for 30,127 people, will be able to count on around 10 thousand fans.
To facilitate access to the venue and avoid “delays and long queues on the day of the game”, all ticket holders must have an event-specific wristband, says the FPF.
The bracelet in question can be collected at the stadiums of the two clubs, on 29, 30 and 31 July, or on the day of the game at Municipal de Aveiro.
To watch the game, in addition to the usual conditions for accessing and staying at sports events of this type, you will need a valid Covid-19 digital certificate that proves complete vaccination, or a PCR test with a negative result, carried out up to 72 hours before the game.
Fans who present an antigen test with an equally negative result may also enter the Stadium, carried out up to 48 hours before the match, and body temperature must be below 38ºC, a control that will be carried out on the access to the venue.
The permanent use of mask and a physical distance will be mandatory.
The FPF explains that the ticket sales process will be the “exclusive responsibility” of Sporting and Sporting de Braga, and it will be up to them to “define the criteria for their acquisition”.
“The two clubs agreed to sell tickets for the game as of 29 July,” the statement said.